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Washington Herald (Newspaper) - February 21, 1910, Washington, Indiana AR AWAY WEST FOR HIS HEALTH ABOUT RAILROAD EMPLOYE as Chief CHetk to Sco Emma Five Yews telegram received by Join the death years old and Miss ESmitna left ides iis parente and wther mem of bis Ijehlgh was a young man of lent iways and alt who knew Uked He iwas a hardiwork young man filled with ambition ionjsucceed in ibis While in Washington he made scores of friends amtmg Ms associates at tie shcfps and itt a social la his going e young wall of sterling worth Sincere regretiwas heard oo every band on learning of his early Maity called at the Garagbon home tooffer words of sympathy and re Lehigh will start home wttfc thie body at JohnGaragihan meet iher on the probably ai Kansas add accompany her No ararngements have been made for the funeralas It iwill be three or four days before iody Finds End In the Add Washington relatives have been Rifled of the suicide of Henry Yo wiho ended his life at Vlncennes afternoon Iby drinking car at Despondency caused by The news drink and family troubles are f JRtopoj s asia shook to his relatives and atjaesbuted as the as It was though toe was He to Arizona two Ihoping tb ibenefttted by Death was due to con eald Chat the tody brought here for deceased young man came to Wai bJnKton iwihen R Scoyille be tauoft SHMperiotendent of this division serving the superintendents Jn railroad circles he was Ibe one of the few Bible to lit rwas said of him of a few high officials he jiojr p4re of the ibusinessiworkings itrailroad system than any tton jjftan employed In a like posi jHe formulated plans and re introduced to many of the of a more accurate mefihod of When Scoville tntosferred Ibehigh him as his chief l5sILflto r hs went to Baltimore to a hlgh in Which ihe made time his health began i briea OTB and in a few months ihe elkjd to get a leave of SiH WqUed here for several weeks Lehighs In the of timproved health he took his aby and to time Ms health dad not im he first went but at Phoenix iras more after going there be tib be on the road to recov jfKone of his friends hereknew mejwa to a serious condition the illword of his death iwas the of his illness He let friends here know 1 was A son abb made an atjemjut life it one year but his Clark managed tb Ms He made a threat at time that he soon make ier attempt at sutcMe and would Yocum was G wEsqe JsHJ WOMAN JEJSPIRES SDD JS AN ATJTACK OF HEART DIG QHTH EMED Dead in Bed Sunday MornlngfSuflocatlon to I e Corojfer H Tlpon to maike vestigaUons into deahs since Satur Deceived hi d has been official in first call late children are 1U ICll O AC divorced Irram his wife several years He was fortyrthree years ter Funeral Largely The body of Mary Springer was laid to rest Sunday afternoon at Oak Grove Ite the weather the family at east First and John not accommodate all those who wjlajed to pay their last tribute to the jjrweet and gentle spirit gone to its well earned iby many years of patietit service and loving The profusion of flowers apd the many wiho came to take a look at her before hidden by flhe arms of kindly motSier also showed the highesteem in which sae lie services at tlhe house at 2 were in charge of the Steele of ifihe Pirst Methodist and preceding andv following tlhejbrlaf funeral oration a friend of many years sang Jesus Ixver of My Saturday afternoon wlben Bertha Reynolds expired feu ddenly at her home on tfortihiwest linjrd The second eaM came Sujiday morning from home of in IMTef wheijeian infant son was found dead in bed While ihls examloafion into the ot Mrst Reynoldilis the coroner assigns me cause of death valvular CieaMJ Ru mors ware Sunday concerning her deathlbjut the coroner ahrtain nothing jfrom the wit nesses has examltyd so far that indicates there was aSytMng suspic ious ip her death Trie fact that the husibandlof the wonun left faer last Tuesday aod they had Hjuarreled some Biai departure ity gaye rise to the in the coroners opinion a re Aiooorfling to testimony given the coroner health had been faijjng for a yeah or and she oftea complained region of ie was sitting In ajMfdir Saturday Afternoon be tween 3 and 4 oclocli talking to a fory Johnson and several nelghbot n aJl tt pains in the Sou paH old and Asleep In Tae bearers were the following old Geqrge James John j JackJnan and Henry le bereaved husband was a cap the civil j Girl Expires argaret fifteen years of Henry a on Page Jeautiful Costumes for Spring and l is the time to turn attention to your S pring and Summer outfits asbur stocks have been i asipletely filled and are unbif the patterns for g and Summer models ai ready and the de g and making of s will fill out the dis agreeable days that intervene and busy days of Spring We are showing a beautiful line of wash fabrics particularly for the tljfe fashionable onepiece 6 that are so in Call and Jhiipect lines our smilespeople will take pleasure in showing you the and pretty thjngs we have to Wash Our line comprises an the new i IB and the popular jseveral of are decidedly new and It is a pleasure jcety to look at them j Meroerized Pongee In Tdie and per yd lOc ircerized Light Bine Poplin per 25c idow Stripe Poplin in White and Red per yard asc Tan and per yard Jacquard Stripe in aamjpasjjie per 25c Special The next two numbers exact lighter weight and lower price Oil the muchadvertised Him alya They make Summer Suits Shantung Poplin In Blacky Rose and Green 25c l Poplin in Hello and Light Blu1 newest desli the Makes op and wears he tbom In i Braid in colors to mate per White Gb Piques tf its i prices per yard range from i 46 Jno 01 tie West India Purses reduce our UugeUne of Purees I on parses troin of tart thentoesttrt the yard L shown in all 30c the new 50c fning for Wash Suits We and A85c all the sw and pretty nave 81a to 35c specials to eswlfle re are making a discount These are not old its seasons Every Parses p j women Witt the exclama SOW she threw np her arms In the alraSd pitched iritdiaie any of the iwomln in the room could caitgH ner Corolfer Holder was notlfled William Novel rled Feb togton to ut 5 of her iynolds was daughter of Johnson ot Veale town Efliiip SbfeTvas bom In Martin coun wasmar iry lastlj iby the CJhownlng cjt South Wash larles a coal ey have ofie now three months of ageJ is said to told his wife tlhat he did not JntebWto return and his who Baby S When Edward works atl Sunday morning toout 4 ocUxfk to his home and he found ajninedaysold son sleep ng peacef u jy beside its i in hour later jhe was roused from hi9 iBlum1er and told that the cfclld was It is Bhe opinion of who an inquest the case fihat the death was due to suffocation Hinder the ibed The iboBy of iburied thj i WAYSIDE JOTTINGS BY ONE WHO HASNOTBjqKELSETODO Fetkruaryj is the an niversary of Che ibil4hT George a man thit had quite a igfeat deal to do In Jorariag the desti nies of this jIMany people iwill celebrate the anniversary by dis playing the American places Where it can readily ibe Will you In this column Saturday mention was made a Boater CJlub should be organized here in Washington for purpose of Jellng to the at targe that r YTashngton is the beat pkcehi the lUnlted ataltes to call Hhe follorwlng winidh was received ait itihls offloe itihis mornteg shows only 4oo well fihat the day ioifjthe kinocker fa nnimibered with Now readiWnat ifihds citizen has to say and tttren thlinik the matter over club idea is all Put me djawn as one of the charter If ahere Is anything that i St is to brag about your own plity and in situation opportunity presents itself to a good word for icy WELL Washington and i people to Onlyj week I had two traveling men fteM itihait they had learned some thing ithat to nrateriaH ad Wake uip and be a lave a tbooster to stranger i our gates Give in asked for and let Iby your talk and actions that Washjfflgton iis the best towm on the i They iwill forget you and will came back Our real estate men should should join Booster dulb and iaelip ad our city and instead of sanding our ands They should keep at liomei and tell them that no better and JMes out of dloors can be Jojuna In cld Iteiviess ydu know that we are close to toe geograpliiical pdntejr of popuilatJon ri the with Its teemtoig mill tons of fouingry mtooiitflib to be ted iDo jyou know that we have ffllteen ejawess and passenger trains and out ci every rtiwenityfour wJtlh fluitik service and the ibest of cohneatlons In all dlireations Do you kniow that we have idheatp express rates on all Harm pjtodiuots and om some ithings cheaipier flhan oth er ipJaces j you knioiw that you can put two of melons or fruit WHITING OF HARRISON TOWNSHIP HAS GUOSE FROM MNTIfl feeynolds was Union ceme ID BEUER GET A MADE TJ STOP DE AT HOLIES TTNIiESS TACIJE IS i Persons who live in and have not bpxes in f rorili of their resi dences arelfkely not receive any mail after ilune 30 Certainly not if a provision of the pa itoffice aJupro pnationl bijj becomes 4 The ppoilaton any letter mail at is a suitable uto ipmtabuaigfor tihe small sum of fifteen cents a and other east at proportionate low rates Do you know that Washington has oilier tfty in the state Jits size tlhat the ma artty of people own their amid are and contented Do you know that rare have the best gravel road system to be found anyiwlhere and most ibeanitiful Scenery along these stiretdhes of gravel iDo you know that ewe Ihave the most merchants to be anjiwhere and that our show wtoldoiws are equal of any Do you knloiw tlhalt an acre has oft of berries right here at home that an acre is no iinicommon for ipteacihes raised on Davless county soil Do you know that watermelons prodiuce an acre and canta loupes am acre right around this town Do you know that you fooilislh to overlook good things at home anid reach for somiethlng to the west that VTI are not sure about Do you know that our experiment station tells us itaat OUT soil and cli mate are equal to that of southern Prance for growing and that it says that Indiana is especially adapted Browing fine Form Hand Secured Help and Man Was Hauled to Top in an Al most Exhausted WiMting of Harrison townshii is thanking his lucky stars that toe is in the land of He had an erpertence Saturday afternoon that he will not forget the longest day he iWlhile ibending over the edge of a well to draw up a toucket of for cattle Wlhiting last and fell in the By Jumping u and down in the six feet of a lowing only his toes to touch the hot Whiting suceeded dn breathin and calling for help at intervals uu til he caught the attention of a farm band who spread tae The depth of the water exceedoc Whitings height by two H was exhausted from the jumping ex ercise and had ol giving ii the struggle when neighbors droppe a rope down the well and hauled hin to the Itis not heIwil suffer any serious effects from exposure In the Icy be doubled by mat lnexfflcers chosen Sunday follow Laura Vice Johanna Wal Financial Miss Elizabeth Recording Ethel iBowl Treasurer Blanche Miss Maggie Bentineft Miss Mary BEViJKIDGES Beverldge has submitted to the pres jWeat the reeom fox post office appoint ments In Indiana Walhup TLK Hornaday Ixuis Katter Allbert Trouggott John iWalfcup is the presentpost master of as Is Mr jTeJble and Owen at Tfae others are new ap ENDS FATALLY BULLETS KILL ONE AND INJURE TWO IN yiNCESWBS MELEE SATURDAY FORMER LOCAL MINED SHOT William Miley of Btcknell On His Receives Ballets L In the Right As a result an altercation started in the resort of Prude Curtis at Robert a low dharacter of that city is dead WI1 OOCRT HOUSE A great deal of reached this office because of the neg lected condition of the sidewalks court The snow has been permitted to lie there just as on many iwaks In front of private is no excuse for this Furthermore the courthouse yarc and walks should be kept in sued condition that the public square a all times shall be a model for neat ness and DavJess count can not afford to permit any of it property to be sloiptpy and ill CMTB The Womans club meeting will held on Tuesday afternoon at the home of Frank Smith on east IWaflauit The nature stud program Tvill be devoted to bird lifer Quotations olbouit Jje given In response to roll Two papers will ibe Our Miss iNell and Under Soatb era Sefrlt Mra Emma Hyatt will read ILong fellows IBlrds of Several Important matters are to be carrier from dellverii any ihoilse Minless ther mall tot oh the outsldi jto receive It means tjjat TTnole Sain is tired of having uniformed carriers wait for people to take theSri time in an door beUpj After many expewwents It was averaefeimail carrier ifourad loses afcojiit thirty in ringing each door bell and iw4l ting tt is expected that h4 Orovision will greatly increase the efficiency of the service possibly rfeluce the num ber of A saving of by the peo ple of the bountry will be re quired to ipeet the pijoHslons of this Wll in tfiasWay of profiling new man feoxes esOmated al approximately mail box Aftorfa f t I costs THASnC1 Tne awnjal thank on i 1ng meeting of the Womens Porelgij Missionary society the Jlrst Biitlst ohuroj is to be hfeMjTSruisday evening at the home of Allen on north e decora style In and atprpro frame bar e Arlington iby iienibers of Do you kmjow thoit tdere are fewer mortgages and fewer deaths to the population tOian can be found moat anjiwlhere OJo you know that our schools and are as good as the best and toebter than iflhe and that the attendance at both are albove the av Do you tonaw thalt I am stuck on itihis place and am going to do all I can to make it a one llhe statemenits made Bur ton in regard to tie iprodiudng quall of Daviess county farm lands oome as news to many here and as he has anode a study atjn5rt sma his statement carry Such tlhe case 4t does strange that farmers section will to flhe Jands or amd a market can found here for all the farm products Hie can offer for Just tiinfc of it One acre of Davless county land ptodiuicng berries enough to bank der wfcat tiller of the soil of the south or the southwest can say as labor of production Includ Jn potatoes or any of the oreher ilarm prodUOts i Mlamy nave answered the of tne west and many have longed to be bade attong the ibanks of Prairie creek aster they were once settled out and not a few have found wiitlh a detenfflination to BROTHER OP A message his who lives in Evansvllle Is seriously ill QI called Henry Wbgner foreman of the Soutlhiwatern palmt shop to that city Sunday WASHINGTON PASSED BETTER AKD EXTRA BLANKETS TO THE BED TOVKJBT AS A COIiD WAVE Fair and colder tonightand Tues day cold wave Washington kept Indoors as much as possible The moderating temperature combined with the sun had a telling effect on the The streets and sidewalks were in a dis agreeaMe condition and pedestrians had to pick their way with great care to avoid plunging Into a pool of half snow and Aa a result of the church attendance was The sidewalks and streets were wme improved today but are not yet In a shape conducive for good iwolk are hoping the snoiw wlU ipass without a heavy and the owners of land in the river and creek bottoms coincide with them dn this An abundant tall of rain they will bring a flood the magni tude of which none of them will The city street force dig ging trenches in the setreets along the abutting curbs so that the meter produced by the melting can find Its way to tjie catch basine and dBentog of toe movlng neaitiheT let us tell 4o wlho InappenB to Wash ington of the good thJngs to he ifonnd nere and a comfctnalUon of iflhe va as tpresented by Bnr make most any one wish ynat name was our tax duB Jorat ibaost then yoralHl sleep good at night and John Flitzpatrlck of Sugarland entertained relatives In honor of anniversary wtfloh also happened to 4e the iblrtfc day anniversary of Tlhe day iwas most et in social conversation a sumptuous dinner iwas amd friends Saturday their tenth wedding IiADIES AUXHJARY OP tt STARTS OPT WITH LARGE John state pretodent of the Codies Auxiliary of the Ancient Order of arrived in the dty Sunday She TOnt to the borne of Iionie jUtobe for la the afternoon die met fifty candi dates at One of ball where aae organized the new division known as Division 3 of Daviess Alter tie election of Mary county Installed iLIght refreshmente served after the InstallationTie In stallation ABB been after lent It is hoped member DELIVER FUEL weather of the last few days created such a demand for coal that ipany of the dealers could fwitii tihte and to supply se who ijvere on the verge of suf Ing through the lack of heat a deal olf fuel delivered Sun DESIOORATS IThe county cen tral committee perfected Jts organisation at Zinkans hall afternoon by electing IjPorsythe chairman Charles vice chair man Henry secre tary George No one was ipro iposed at the meeting against although It is said that exrMayor Hale dark made an effort to get a man out against the city All the new officers of the committee live in Washing except home Js in Elnnore A delegate convention be held In thds city 12L to nominate a coun I Mdley of Bioknell was shot the thigh George Bomfbagh of a was shot in the thigh witi a stray and Bernard Gillesple who did the is the Knox county Jail with a had cut on the It seems the stories given the police of Vlncennes by the persons that Jones and were tihe leaders of two factions of visitors that ihad ibeen In the I While both parties were in the houstf T j Jones and some of his friends abused the inmates seriously injuring several v of iffie Fearing that the police would learn of the difficulty con ducta raid parties left the re TOhlle leaving Glllispie remon strated with Jones and his friends title mariner thy ihad handled the of the This In censed Jones and with an iron poker which he had carried from tKe he is said to have Celled It Is pulled an automatic and fire the contents into the scattering the belliger Miley rwas flrst discovered to be wihen te ran exldted and out of to the union depot plat to an officer declared he Shad ibeen He was assured that he was not fatally and taken tothe baggage room a physician gave him temporary atten tion after which ihe was sent to the Good Samaritan Miley told O O It f t I wear Of the Our Line of Underwear Which Created so Much Favorable Com I ment Last Season i for their beautiful qualitysanitary makeexpert workmanship and modest prices is ready for all buyer and who wish to take advantage of an occassion that only happens ONCE A I FLAXON i In all its new Spring Patterns at the MAC DOUGAL STORE H 4 i 4 t 4 4 4 I I O O O O O O O WATCHES GIVEN AWAY Every Pair of j BoysGun Plate Shoes Good Styles and Wear r 112 and 2 Sizes 212 to 512 y watches are warranted by the Company pfNewlYork l We are still offering the balance of QUT ladies fine tan shoes at bnehatf JOHN REINSEL SON
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